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Ribbon Bat Treat Boxes

It’s hard to believe it’s almost halloween! Is your pumpkin carved yet? Have you stocked up on chocolate for the trick-or-treaters? I am so not ready! But with these little boxes I feel at least one step closer!

The treatboxes can be any type…for mine I used a die to create the box itself, but there are plenty of free templates you can Google!

I also have some trivia for you: a “group” of bats is called either a colony – or a camp! Who makes up the names for gaggles of things, anyway! Ha! I made a bunch of these boxes with bats on them…

And for my friends who might not appreciate bats,  I broke out some of my favorite chevron ribbons and skipped the googlies…

I hope you go out and make a few ribbon bats yourself!

Blog post by: Sandy Allnock

May Arts Ribbon Used:

Other Supplies Used:

  • DCWV Halloween paper
  • Lifestyle Crafts triangle treatbox die
  • Googlie eyes
  • Tombow Mono Liquid Adhesive
  • Bow Wire
  1. Kristie Maynard

    How adorable are those boxes.  So many possibilities!  TFS.

  2. Renee VanEpps

    Very cute and original!!!

  3. Gini Cagle

    What a cute idea, Sandy!

  4. Barb Ghigliotty

    What a great idea! Thanks, Sandy!!!

  5. Aundria B.

    Those googly-eyed bats are just too much fun! What a great idea for a fun little treat box, Sandy & thank you for putting this together!

  6. Barbara Johnson

    These are soooo cute!! I love them!!! 

  7. sonia

    love the googly eyes, music, and the dog barking in the background.  Love it all.

  8. Rufus

    Loved your gogglie eyed "bats"!  But then also liked the chevron ribbon version for "grown-ups"  And yes I liked the background music.  Great job Sandy!

  9. Sue D

    Cool treat boxes with or without the googly eyes.

  10. Christie Proctor

    soo cute and fun creepy


    This is a very cute idea Sandy.  They would easily adapt for many occasions…how about a kiss inside for Valentines, or an egg all decorated for Easter.  Kids would love a great little surprise inside.

  12. Pat K.

    Very clever and fun!

  13. Nikki C

    These are just too cute love the bats how perfect for a little ones they would be 🙂

  14. conil

    These are adorable and you're a very clever girl. Love the bats and the googlies.

  15. charlsie

    Sandy  not a card and you still pulled it off.  What a nice treat for someone to keep after candy is gone.

  16. Penny Laschanzky

    super cute bats!  nice job, Sandy!  you're so creative!


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